Gwen A. Mundorf, MSW, LCSW
For ongoing problems such as continued sadness or depression, anger, or being overwhelmed and anxious. Whatever the reason, I can help a person deal with their feelings and resolve the problems causing emotional pain.
People Seek Counseling to Issues Related to:
- Relationship problems
- Behavioral problems at home, or work
- Poor coping skills
- Family conflicts
- Sobriety maintenance
- Women's Issues
- Life Issues
Are You Willing to Look At Yourself in an Honest Way?
No matter what the therapy, you will only be able to change your behavior if you are willing to look at it honestly, and consider doing things differently. This might seem like stating the obvious, but many people with either mental health or issues have deep denials about themselves, their or addictions. This could make it difficult for the counseling to be effective.
Are You Ready to Follow Advice?
When you enter into counseling, understand that there is no magic wand that will make your problem just go away. Counseling is a collaborative effort between you and your counselor. It can be difficult to have professionals advise you what to do, but in for the counseling to be effective, you will have to be willing to follow their advice. For this reason, it is important that you the treatment philosophy and respect the professional you are working with. Working with your professional counselor/psychotherapist will assist you find your pathway to happiness.
Confidentiality rules and laws prohibit discussion of any issues with others, remember I am here for you to listen and work with you in a respectful dignified way. My goal is to help enhance your well being, health (physical and emotional), quality of life and lifestyle functioning by helping you discover your personal strengths and assist you to those strengths.